Spirit of Ma'at: "Free Energy & Alternative Energy - Part II" — Vol 2 No 8

Free Energy: Getting There, Being There
by Carol Hiltner

Footnotes:

  1. Alternative Energy Institute, altenergy.org/3/new_energy/zero_point_and_other/methernitha/methernitha.html; Moray, John and Kevin, The Sea of Energy in Which the Earth Floats, Cosray Research Institute, 1956: "Despite the deliberate destruction of Radiant Energy Device, threats against his work and his family, and armed attacks by unknown assailants, T. Henry Moray continued with this dreams of harnessing a usable energy that the world could benefit from, and at the same time save the earth from the many methods of energy retrieval which now scar and pollute its land, air, and seas."

  2. Bruce DePalma, "Free Energy: The Political, Social, and Economic Implications of The N-machine / Space Power Generator." depalma.pair.com/Absurdity/Absurdity04/FreeEnergyImplications.html.

  3. MacNeill, Ken, "Insights into the Proprietary Syndrome," Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Non-Conventional Energy Technology. 1983. pp. 125-6. Contact Ken MacNeill at Cadake Industries, PO Box 1866, Clayton GA 30525; Manning, Jeane, The Coming Energy Revolution: The Search for Free Energy. Avery Publishing Group, 1996.

  4. Bailey, Patrick G., Ph.D., "Free Energy, Theory, Devices and Progress," Proceedings of the International Forum on New Science, 1304 S. College Avenue, Ft. Colins, CO 80524, 1992; Grotz, Toby, Tim Binder, Ron Kovac, "Novel Means of Hydrogen Production Using Dual Polarity Control and Russell's Experiments with Zero Point Energy," 27th IECEC, 1992, Vol. 4, pp. 339-44. "The experiments that [Walter] Russell conducted in 1927, which were verified by Westinghouse laboratories, have been repeated." In 1961, Russell reported to his contacts at NORAD that the President of the United States could announce to the world that a "greater, safer power than atomic energy" could be provided for industry and transportation." Moray, John and Kevin, op. cit.

  5. hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/newt.html.

  6. Bailey, Patrick G., Ph.D., op. cit.

  7. International Energy Agency: iea.org/statist/keyworld/keystats.htm.

  8. Bailey, Patrick G., Ph.D. op. cit.

  9. Moray, John and Kevin, op. cit.

  10. "Europe: Renewable Energy Now!" 1999, greenpeace.org/~climate/renewables/#solar.

  11. Manning, Jeane, op. cit.

  12. "KPMG: Solar Energy" 1999, greenpeace.org/~climate/renewables/#solar.

  13. International Energy Agency: see footnote 7.

  14. Michael A. Swiger, and Charles R. Sensiba, from the law firm of Van Ness Feldman, "Is Hydropower Facing Extinction?" vnf.com/content/Articles/Articles/artmas2.htm.

  15. Manning, Jeane, op. cit.

  16. According to their home page, blacklightpower.com, "Blacklight Power, Inc. is the world leader in a new field of novel hydrogen chemistry and is the inventor of a new method; the Blacklight process, which generates light, power, plasma, and a vast class of new compositions of matter."

  17. MacNeill, Ken, op. cit.

  18. Manning, Jeane, op. cit. pp. 163-164.

  19. MacNeill, Ken, op. cit.

  20. Bailey, Patrick G., Ph.D., op. cit.

  21. Ibid.

  22. A good starting point is Alternative Energy Institute, Inc. at altenergy.org.

  23. Global Beat: Nuclear Weapons and Proliferation, nyu.edu/globalbeat/nukes.html.

  24. Peace Action, peace-action.org.

  25. Alternative Energy Institute, see footnote 1.

  26. Orwell, George, 1984. Knopf, 1992.

  27. Wilson, Woodrow, "War Message," mtholyoke.edu/acad/intrel/ww18.htm.

  28. Barsamian, David, "Secrets Lies and Democracy," Interview with Noam Chomsky, thirdworldtraveler.com/Chomsky/SecretsLies_Chile_Chom.html.

  29. Chomsky, Noam, Deterring Democracy, Hill and Wang, 1998.

  30. Zinn, Howard, A People's History of the United States, Harperperennial Library , 1995.

  31. "How Clean is Clean Enough?' PBS: Online Forum. pbs.org/newshour/forum/september97/epa3.html.

  32. Brown, Lester, and Christopher Flavin, "State of the World, 1999," quoted in Environment News Service: ens.lycos.com/ens/jan99/1999L-01-19-05.html; Worldwatch Institute, worldwatch.org.

  33. Bailey, Patrick G., Ph.D., op. cit.

  34. Ibid.

  35. Moray, John and Kevin, op.cit.

  36. Dr. Charles A. Berg, "Innovation and Energy Use," 26th IECEC Proceedings, 1991, Vol. 4, pp. 382-7.

  37. Manning, Jeane, op. cit. p. 172.

  38. Romm, Joseph J., and Charles B. Curtis, "Mideast Oil Forever?' The Atlantic Online, April 1996, theatlantic.com/issues/96apr/oil/oil.htm.

  39. Lindemann, Peter, "Where in the World is all the Free Energy?" nexusmagazine.com/freeenergy.html, 2001.

  40. Ibid.

  41. Udall, Randy, "When Will the Joy Ride End?" with numbers and graphs from U.S. Geological Survey, British Petroleum, and American Petroleum Institute reports. dieoff.org/page138.htm.

  42. Lindemann, Peter, op. cit.

  43. Ibid.

  44. Peterson, John L., "Road to 2012," a report for the United States Coast Guard.

  45. Susan Faludi, Stiffed: The Betrayal of the American Man, William Morrow Co., 1999.

  46. Bailey, Patrick G., Ph.D., op. cit.

  47. Brown, Lester, and Christopher Flavin, "State of the World, 1999," quoted in Environment News Service: ens.lycos.com/ens/jan99/1999L-01-19-05.html; Worldwatch Institute, worldwatch.org.

  48. Emmy Award-winning Willand-Bell Productions, "The Digital Revolution" wilandbellprod.com/digrev/digrev_10.html.

  49. Ibid.

  50. Manning, Jeane, op. cit. pp. 88-89, 101-102.

  51. Lindemann, Peter, op. cit.

  52. Bailey, Patrick G., Ph.D., op. cit.

  53. Jeane Manning, op. cit., pp. 170-176.

  54. Bailey, Patrick G., Ph.D., op. cit.

  55. Manning, Jeane, op. cit., p. 174.

  56. Ibid., p. 175.

  57. Lindemann, Peter, op. cit.

  58. Ibid.

  59. International Energy Agency: see footnote 7.

  60. DePalma, Bruce, op. cit.

  61. Alternative Energy Institute, see footnote 1.

  62. Bailey, Patrick G., Ph.D., op. cit.; DePalma, Bruce, op. cit.; Lindemann, Peter, op. cit.

  63. Ken Keyes, Jr. The Hundredth Monkey Vision Books, 1985.

  64. Lindemann, Peter, op. cit.

  65. Hieronimus, Zoh, Tiller's Trail.

  66. Manning, Jeane, op. cit.

  67. DePalma, Bruce, op. cit.

  68. Rothwell, Jed, "Cold Fusion and the Future: Part 2 - A Look at Economics and Society," Infinite Energy magazine, March-June 1997.

  69. Bearden, T. E., "Vision 2000: The New Science Now Emerging for the New Millennium," August, 2000. cheniere.org/techpapers.

  70. Rothwell, Jed, op. cit.

  71. Lindemann, Peter, op. cit.

  72. Clarke, A. C., Profiles of the Future, Bantam 1972, chapter 13.